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He tells us, for example, that there is "no intrinsic beauty" to the clothing that is in vogue (131) and that the aesthetic preferences of the different economic classes "is not a constitutional difference of endowment in the aesthetic respect, but rather a difference in the code of reputability which specifies what objects properly lie within the scope of honorific consumption for the class to which the critic belongs" (133).
Not all goods and services are commodities, since many recognizably differ from each other along dimensions such as quality, brand name, reputability of the supplier, or the relationship between the supplier and purchaser.
As a result, the ESI approach holds a gold standard of scientific reputability in the major social work fields of practice, including child welfare, mental health, and substance abuse treatment.
He said that Ukraine considers Syria as one of the most important and influential countries in the Middle East, hailing its reputability on the international arena and its pivotal role in the regional and international arenas.
The lucid, direct style of the essays and the transparent documentation of authoritative sources attest to the reputability of the authors and the skill of the editor, Colum Hourihane, who directs the Index of Christian Art at Princeton.
Failure to do so may not only have negative human health impacts, it also diminishes the reputability of the scientific record, which must be maintained at the highest levels to ensure the robustness of modern research in all fields of study.
Already, psychologists have criticized the inflation in number of sources listed in reference sections, arguing that long lists make it cumbersome to identify literature that significantly contributes to a paper, consume journal space that could be used for innovative findings, and weaken the reputability of impact factors and other citation indices used to gauge journal or author success (Adair & Vohra, 2003; Safer & Tang, 2009).
This network can be utilized to: (1) provide an access to new ideas and resources that support the entrepreneurial process; (2) obtain credibility and reputability through collaborating with reputable partners; (3) share knowledge and promote learning; and (4) provide support from other entrepreneurs going through similar phases.
Appropriate staffing can reduce adverse events, decrease morbidity and mortality, decrease liability, and increase reputability (Unruh, 2008).
The court stressed that the purpose of the AIV law was to protect consumers; the licensing requirement ensures reputability of vendors and prohibits non-refundable fees for inaccurate information.
A large problem in email marketing lies squarely in educating marketers and companies on how to bring professionalism and reputability back to email marketing.
If visitors expect to find information and the content is out of date, a site will lose reputability.